Criteria for the Louise Ada Jarabak Memorial International Teachers and Research Award
Nominations for the Jarabak Award are to be received from AAO constituent societies no later than February 1 of the preceding year, i.e., nominations for the 2011 Jarabak Award are to be received by the AAOF by February 1, 2010.
The criteria for this award are:
- The nominee must be an orthodontist.
- A candidate should be either a full- or part-time teacher of orthodontics in a graduate program or be a department chair in an orthodontic program.
- The person should also be associated with orthodontic research in some capacity, such as that of a primary investigator or a member of a group research program.
- The person shall have made personal sacrifices in his/her efforts to promote the orthodontic specialty.
- It is desirable that the person has published his/her work.
- Having made essay presentations at the constituent or national AAO level will be viewed more favorably.
- A nominee must have been living at the time of the nomination.
- Only nominations from Constituent Societies are considered.
- To be included in the materials submitted with each nomination is the nominee's curriculum vitae/resume which outlines such areas as orthodontic teaching/research accomplishments, orthodontic teaching/research positions held, orthodontic publications, and orthodontic scientific presentations.
The Jarabak Award recipient may be a citizen of any country, and in years divisible by three (e.g., 2001) nominations must be citizens of countries other than the United States or Canada.
The Foundation has determined that the monetary value of the award is $2,000 annually, and is to include both expenses and honorarium.
JARABAK AWARD RECIPIENTS
2016 Dr. Kevin O'Brien
2015 Dr. Eustaquio A. Araujo and Dr. Vincent G. Kokich (Posthumously)
2014 Dr. Walter C. Sandusky, Jr.
2013 Dr. Roberto D. Justus
2012 Dr. Samir Bishara (Posthumously)
2011 Dr. Rolf G. Behrents
2010 Dr. Takayuki Kuroda
2009 Dr. Anthony A. Gianelly
2008 Dr. John S. Casko
2007 Dr. Bjorn U. Zachrisson
2006 Dr. Lysle E. Johnston, Jr. and Dr. Ronald H. Roth (Posthumously)
2005 Dr. Jagdish M. Chadha
2004 Dr. James. P. Moss
2003 Dr. Harold T. Perry, Jr. and Dr. W. Eugene Roberts
2002 Dr. James L. Vaden
2001 Dr. Athanasios Athanasiou
2000 Dr. James J. Baldwin and Dr. William R. Proffit
1999 Dr. Alton W. Moore
1998 Dr. Frans P.G.M. van der Linden
1997 Dr. A. Howard Sather
1996 Dr. S. Eugene Coben
1995 Dr. Birte Melsen
1994 Dr. T. M. Graber
1993 Dr. J. Daniel Subtelny and Dr. James E. McIver (Posthumously)
1992 Dr. Arne Bjork
1991 Dr. George Andreasen (Posthumously) and Dr. Harry Dougherty
1990 Dr. Birgit Thilander
1989 Dr. Faustin N. Weber (Deceased)
1988 Dr. Walter Jack Tulley
1987 Dr. Charles H. Smith (Deceased)
1986 Dr. Anders Lundstrom
1985 Dr. Sakae Keith Tanaka
1984 Dr. Fujio Miura
1983 Dr. Samuel Weinstein
Salzmann Lecture Criteria
"The lecture should deal with orthodontics and cognate subjects as they relate to the provision of orthodontic care under community, state, federal and private programs in which the fee is paid in part or in whole by an agency other than the direct recipient of the orthodontic service. The lectures may deal also with research and actual methods of practice as they apply to the individual patient regardless of the method of payment or nonpayment for the service."
Jacob A. Salzmann Lecturers
2016 - Dr. Lawrence F. Andrews
2015 - Dr. Karin Vargervik
2014 - Dr. R. G. "Wick" Alexander
2013 - Dr. Sunil Kapila
2012 - Dr. Sheldon Baumrind
2011 - Dr. Tiziano Baccetti
2010 - Dr. Stephanos Kyrkanides
2009 - Dr. Anthony A. Gianelly
2008 - Dr. W. Eugene Roberts
2007 - Dr. Peter Ngan
2006 - Dr. David L. Turpin
2005 - Dr. Katherine W. L. Vig
2004 - Dr. James L. Vaden
2003 - Dr. P. Lionel Sadowsky
2002 - Dr. Robert M. Little
2001 - Dr. David M. Sarver
2000 - Dr. Robert Lee Vanarsdall
1999 - Dr. Donald R. Joondeph
1998 - Dr. Lysle E. Johnston, Jr.
1997 - Dr. Lennart Wieslander
1996 - Dr. Vincent G. Kokich
1995 - Dr. Per Rygh
1994 - Dr. James A. McNamara
1993 - Dr. Sten Linder-Aronson, Dr. Donald G. Woodside
1992 - Dr. Rolf Behrents
1991 - Dr. William R. Proffit
1990 - Dr. Jean-Pierre Joho
1989 - Dr. Robert E. Moyers
1988 - Dr. T. M. Graber
1987 - Dr. Arthur A. Dugoni
1986 - Dr. Bjorn U. Zachrisso
Blair Award Recipients
2016 - Raymond George (NESO/RI) and Terry Pracht (GLAO/OH)
2015 - Ron Redmond (PCSO/CA)
2014 - Terry L. Duncan (SWSO/KS) Posthumously
2013 - Robert L. Boyd (PCSO/CA)
2012 - Fred A. Garrett (SWSO/TX)
2011 - James E. Gjerset (MSO/ND)
2010 - John K. Pershing, Jr. (MSO/NE)
2009 - Grady L. Price (SAO/AL)
2008 - Robert B. Morrison (SWSO/KS)
2007 - Rolf G. Behrents (MSO/MO)
2006 - Eugene S. Blair (MSO/IL)
Planning and Awards Review Committee (PARC)
While keeping the ultimate fiduciary responsibility of the Awards Program, the Foundation Board has delegated to the Planning and Awards Review Committee (PARC) the responsibility of reviewing the various applications and recommending which are to be funded, as well as making recommendations about any alterations in the Foundation's Awards Program.
PARC is composed of eight voting members and one nonvoting member: Voting members of PARC are selected by the AAOF BOD from recommendations originating from the AAO BOT (through both the AAO COE and AAO COSA), PARC, and from the AAOF Board itself. Individuals recommended by either council and nominated by the AAO BOT need not be members of either council. Typically, PARC members serve a maximum of two three-year terms. The Chair and Vice Chair of PARC are both determined by the AAOF BOD. The nonvoting member of PARC, who is designated the AAOF Board Liaison to PARC, is selected by the AAOF BOD from among Foundation Directors.
PARC membership 2010-2011 is Sunil Kapila (GLAO/MI – Chair),Kirk Edward Simmons (SWSO/AR – Vice Chair, Calogero Dolce (SAO/FL), Laura Iwasaki (MSO/MO), Stephen J. Lindauer (SAO/VA), Hyun-Duk Nah (MASO/PA), Emile Rossouw (SWSO/TX), and Orhan C. Tuncay (MASO/PA). Darrell Clark (MSO/MO) continues to serve as Board Liaison to PARC.